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IMAGINE YOU WERE BORN WITH WINGS, BUT YOU FORGOT HOW TO FLY?
Born with Wings, yet, ironically, unable to fly and feeling abandoned, the heroine of this story goes through fire in her burning quest to be free. Fear tells her there’s no escape but, impossible though it seems, deep in her soul she knows there is . . .
Set in a land of shifting realities – the Western Cape coast of South Africa, between Nature’s paradise and a ruthless world – the touching, dramatic and often hilarious human-animal relationships in the spiritual animal world awaken a sense of mindfulness and guardianship for the Earth that will leave you inspired and longing for more.
“Fascinating, intuitive and daring, this divine comedy leads us into the mysteries and magic of true spirituality. A book filled with light!”
– Zo Nicholas
Visionary Fiction featured on Book Review Universe
Writing a novel is a fulfilling, exhilarating, demanding passion. It’s what pulls an author through the weeks, months, even years of the ups and downs of self-belief and doubt, hard work, time, focus, courage and a willingness to always be open, to learn and to craft his or her skills. Once the book is completed and published there’s no sitting back: Now a whole new ball game begins as the finally completed chef d’oeuvre needs to get into readers’ hands. Many readers’ hands, that is! If no one knows about even the finest piece of literature ever written, it will soon be buried in a buzzing universe of other books and pages fighting for attention, all calling: “Read me!” “Read me!” “Read me!”
Exposure for your work of passion is suddenly the magic word! Even better: Book Reviews! As such, the Book Review Universe with Aaron C. Yeagle as its dedicated commander-in-chief offers writers exactly that – check it out. He also has a knack for creating quick little videos at lightning speed based on the book description. This means further exposure on YouTube. Besides, it also shows if and how a reader’s imagination is touched or intrigued by just a few words of text. How evocative is it, really?
While this also depends on the reader, the fact is that no book has a future without exposure. The more the better.
You may see the original trailer for “The Immortal Life of Piu Piu” HERE.
I shudder to think how many wonderful stories may have taken that route into oblivion . . . but . . . yes, there may be a but – but it’s not what you think! IMAGINE this: It’s a given fact that energy never dies. And books are exactly this: Energy! Imagination! Creativity! LIGHT!
Therefore I hope that, one day, in a completely different time and context, it sparks those same thoughts, those same lines, in someone else’s mind – as a book idea whose time has come – so this energy finally finds its way to capture and delight readers. It’s a comforting vision . . . and who knows? Energy always finds a way . . .
Who knows, YOU may be the next ‘dream-story-catcher’!